As the Global Head of Marketing (CMO) for Personalization and 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing at HP, I’m responsible for developing global 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing marketing vision and strategy. Our goal is to ensure HP 3D is a trusted solutions partner that helps customers succeed in their digital manufacturing journey, while delivering personalized and customized products and solutions.
Current project that excites you
2020 has presented us with both challenges and opportunities. One of the things I’m most proud of this year is how our teams here at HP, together with those of our ecosystem of partners and customers, have rallied together to quickly design and produce more than 5 million parts of mission-critical applications. This was essential during the first few months after the pandemic hit and their supply chain experienced disruptions. These mission-critical applications include items such as face masks, face shields, ventilator parts, respirator parts, nasal swabs, and many others. I think this moment provided all of us in the 3D printing industry with a watershed moment to not only showcase the power of 3D printing in enabling distributed manufacturing, but also in truly making a difference and showing compassion through real actions. I’m excited to continue to showcase how technology can really do good to humanity.
Skills learned at Cal
Critical thinking and teamwork. At the end of the day, life will present you with many twists and turns, challenges and opportunities. The ability to look at problems and pinpoint the major levers to look for potential solution is important. So is the ability to work with others as in order to achieve great things, you will always have to collaborate with others.
Advice for your 20-year-old self
Accept that life is a journey, not a destination. Enjoy the journey. Have a growth mindset, embrace change. Don’t be afraid of failures, as long as you learn and grow from them. And last, think of ways of how you can combine your passion (what you love), with your skills (what you’re good at), and most importantly, your purpose (which is working in an area that is contributing something more to society, instead of just selling products).< Back to previous page